Turkish Cypriot Unions to hold shock strike and protest on Wednesday

Turkish Cypriot Unions will organize a shock strike on Wednesday to protest against the government over it's failure to fulfill its promises to increase their salaries.

An announcement by the Unions on Tuesday said there will be a shock strike and actions starting from Wednesday, September, 21, including Ercan and Limanlar, on the grounds that the government did not fulfill the arrangement promised in the salaries of those who were hired by the law, which is described as the 'Immigration Law' of the unions organized in the public sector.

Here is the description of the unions:

“The increase demanded by the unions for the improvement of the salaries of those who are employed with the Law No. 47/2010 (Immigration Law) is on behalf of the government, the Minister of Labor and Social Security, Mr. He met with Hasan Taçoy for about 1 month.

At the meeting, in which the Prime Minister was also present, Mr. Hasan Taçoy and Mr. Meeting with Alişan Oşan, the unions agreed on an additional 6% increase (adjustment in upper scales) for those who are employed, with the law numbered 47/2010.

Mr. Hasan Taçoy announced last Friday that a consensus was reached on an additional 6% increase in a television channel and that legal studies were completed in the Ministry of Finance, and minor problems remained. Saying that it will reflect the 6% increase in September salaries, the government has played with time and has not yet put forward the legal regulation. In addition, the lack of scheduling for the elimination of salary grievances of up to 25% strongly condemns this behavior of the government as if it is mocking the unions and employees. We will start to carry out shock strikes and actions in places (including Ercan Airport, Civil Aviation Department, Sea Port Department),


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